The Numbers Game

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  1. ToxicNed Grand Poobah of Madison WI - FF CR

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    The compound interest and financial success Rule Of 72 is the most important and simple rule of financial success. Learn about it here!

    Or there's always M72, one of Messier's globular clusters, discovered in the night of August 29-30, 1780.
  2. Mauler_II Jedi Knight

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    73 - 73% of Ameicans unable to believe this.

    Sorry, links to potential offensive sites, in this case the title of the article's curse word, are not allowed, so the link to the Onion.com page was removed. Linking to the Onion.com in and of it's self isn't against the rules, just that particular article. Thanks.
  3. Mauler_II Jedi Knight

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    I figured that message would get edited - I just couldn't find anything else for 73 (other than things that happened in 1973) - and that article was just too funny.
  4. TheWampas1138 Jedi Master

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    74: AK-74, the other Kalishnikof rifle with banana stock. I believe it has a larger clip.

    Dwayne
  5. Idaara Jedi Knight

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    75 - the legal speed limit on interstate highways in some states
  6. bwing53 Jedi Knight

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    76=The Philadelphia 76'ers; the team who has the biggest cry-baby/worst sports role model, Allen "The Answer" Iverson. What a jag bag.
  7. ToxicNed Grand Poobah of Madison WI - FF CR

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    May 25th, 1977 is when Star Wars was first released in the theatres.
  8. SySnootles Jedi Knight

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    An old fashioned 78 rpm record. I think my grandparents still have some.
  9. FennShysha Jedi Knight

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    79 - Buffy faces off against Dracula in Episode 79.
  10. SySnootles Jedi Knight

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    Well Craig, you've just totally endeared yourself to me. :)
  11. Idaara Jedi Knight

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    80 - The age at which I will open my unopened Star Wars stuff and play with it all. (However, I will not open the food stuff and try to eat it at that time - I think that stuff'll stay sealed at least until the day I die, or an extreme famine hits, whichever comes first.) :)
  12. TheWampas1138 Jedi Master

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    81 - UN0081, the United Nations classification for hazardous materials for Explosives, Blast, Class A. I've always wanted to have that on a bill at work, that and grenades, but we never seem to do that. I think our company isn't rated for it.

    Dwayne
  13. Bujo Jedi Knight

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    82 - 1982, the only year our beloved Milwaukee Brewers made it to the World Series (and not surprisingly, lost)
  14. bluesaber Jedi Knight

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    83-Return of the Jedi opened in 1983
  15. Skywalker1138 Jedi Knight

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    (19)84- George Orwell's haunting dystopic
    novel (the scene is London, largest population center of Airstrip
    One)
  16. ToxicNed Grand Poobah of Madison WI - FF CR

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    The TI-85, probably the first graphing calculator most of used in our math classes.
  17. bwing53 Jedi Knight

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    86:

    To cancel something; e.g., "Lucas eighty-sixed the idea of creating episodes 7, 8, and 9..."
  18. Sebulba-X •X C2 C3 MW RSA•

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  19. TheWampas1138 Jedi Master

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    88: Lines about 44 women, a song by the Nails (Not the Nine Inch Nails, just plain "The Nails") in the 80s. Or, for a more Star Wars-y answer, the robotic hat rack killing machine, IG-88.

    Dwayne
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